Prior to discovering puerh, I would drink oolongs and greens exclusively, in the approximate ratio of 90/10, respectively. Now man does not live by Bai Ji Guans harvested by trained pandas or An Ji Bai Pians plucked by overage gymnasts (ie: over 12) alone, so I had to augment my supply with "every day" teas, none of which were particularly thrilling. Consuming average to merely good teas on a regular basis lowered my overall opinion of oolongs and greens in general.
Now that puerh has become my daily choice, representing better than 90% of my tea consumption, I find myself enjoying the occasions when I break out a green or oolong far better than ever before. The reason is simple- I can now get by with small quantities of the very best I can find, and it's always a treat to try a top flight product. Best of all, it doesn't diminish my appreciation of puerh, which is an entirely different animal. In this manner, puerh has increased my enjoyment of other teas.
One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.